Andrew Barker explains what is a bit different about this year's UKSG conference and which sessions in the packed programme he - and others - are particularly looking forward to.
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UKSG, working with the New Library Professional Network and Society of Young Publishers, is offering a new award targeted at professionals with a maximum of five years’ experience.
Bernie Folan is carrying out research for a UKSG session in April, asking "What do publishers want librarians to know?"
Updates about De Gruyter’s publisher partner content are available for this month. De Gruyter now offers over 20 partner presses on its platform.
The Royal Society Publishing open access membership programme continues to grow in the US with the addition of University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Wiley and Unit, The Norwegian Directorate for ICT and Joint Services in Higher Education and Research, have announced a combined open access and subscription three-year agreement effective 14 March 2019.
A new partnership between Reprints Desk and EBSCO aims to enhance the research experience for users of EBSCO Discovery Service.
Foreign Affairs has launched with Exact Editions, and is available to institutions with five years of back issues going back to January 2014.
More than 450 documentaries, interviews and special films originally released by CNN are now available to academic libraries through Academic Video Online.
J B Metzler will publish the open access book series on the German Research Foundation priority programme Translation Cultures of the Early Modern Period.